From his WSYX station bio: McCarthy is an award-winning reporter for WSYX ABC 6 in Columbus. In 2007, he graduated from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, where he was named Outstanding Graduating Senior in Broadcast News. McCarthy spent three years working as reporter for WVLT Volunteer TV in Knoxville, TN. His work has earned three Regional Emmy Award nominations, as well as multiple honors from the Tennessee Associated Press, including a nomination as Best TV Reporter. Previously, McCarthy has worked as an anchor, reporter, and producer for WOUB in Athens, Ohio.
Here’s a quick look at what McCarthy’s been working on as of late:
For those of you looking to learn more about what it really takes to find a story and put it together, this is the perfect opportunity! You will learn from his experiences and have the chance to ask him questions. We’ll also see a bit more of his work and discuss the different elements of the stories. What works? What doesn’t? What would work? You decide!
See you all Wednesday night!!
Journalists represent the public. It is the journalist’s job to disseminate information to the people. Reporting becomes difficult, however, when attempting to expand coverage to new areas.
Pulitzer Center photojournalist Micah Albert makes it a mission to cover relatively unknown issues in extremely undercovered regions. Albert’s clients include the New York Times, Smithsonian Magazine and National Geographic Traveler among many others.
Albert extended the media’s reach into the food crisis in Yemen, Dinka cattle camps in Sudan and gender-based violence in the rebel-controlled Democratic Republic of the Congo along with many others as well.
Albert will be joining OURTDNA and OUSPJ in a special joint meeting Tuesday, May 8 at 5:00 P.M. in Scripps 114. Please, take advantage of this incredible opportunity and join us for a Skype discussion with the storied photojournalist.